On the road up Mt. Baldy (see video)

One of the more popular hikes in the area is climbing to the peak of Mt. Baldy at 10,064. In fact, the hikers above are almost at the top as they ascend the final segment of the hike. Along the way, hikers must cross Devil’s Backbone, an area where the trail is thin and 1000 foot vertical drops hang on both sides of the path. It can be quite dangerous with high winds or snowy conditions, but walkers can navigate safely with caution. We take you through an aerial ride up the mountain to see some incredible scenic views, over 9000 feet above seal level. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger

Link to YouTube video


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